Kenya: Aquaponics, produce more in less space

December 6, 2017 5434 61 15 Comments

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Daniel Kimani is an industrial engineering graduate. In a greenhouse of 1500 m2, he rears fish, and grows fruits and vegetables.

According to Daniel, with his greenhouse of just 1500m2, the productivity with the aquaponics system is like cultivating on one acre of land. In addition, his aquaponics system is powered by solar energy during the day and a bio-generator during the night. So, he is making use of green energy.

“We don’t depend on the paid energy, we have solar and biogas. And also, the plants don’t require fertilizer, so the cost of production stands only for a technician,” says Daniel.

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15 comments on “Kenya: Aquaponics, produce more in less space

  1. Jones Alidunkwu on

    Congratulations Daniel Kimani for resounding success in aquaponics greenhouse farming.

    I am a Nigerian interested in establishing aquaponics farm in Nigeria

    I hereby solicit for Advise/ guildance.

    Daniel please could you reach me on
    Jones.alidunkwu@gmail.com

    Thanks and GOD BLESS

    Reply
    • Charles Elame on

      Hello how to visit the Aquaponic farm? I will be in Nairobi from 20 to 24th june to visit as I am preparing to launch own greenhouse. My contact WhatsApp +237670003232

      Reply
    • Charles Elame on

      Hello how to visit the Aquaponic farm? I will be in Nairobi from 20 to 24th june to visit as I am preparing to launch own greenhouse. My contact WhatsApp +237670003232

      Reply
  2. Charles Elame on

    Hello how to visit the Aquaponic farm? I will be in Nairobi from 20 to 24th june to visit as I am preparing to launch own greenhouse. My contact WhatsApp +237670003232

    Reply

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